Logjam Presents is committed to giving back to our community by working with several local not-for-profits. Over the past several years, Logjam Presents, and the owners of Logjam Presents, has contributed over $500,000 in cash donations to local not-for-profits, and have partnered on countless events such as girls rock camps, master classes at local public schools with artists performing at our venues, community-based storytelling events, and countless fundraisers. Some of our key partners include:
SPARK!: SPARK! is a national partnership site for the Kennedy Center’s Any Given Child Initiative, a growing network of communities working to transform learning and ensure access to the arts for every public school. SPARK! works in collaboration with artists, classroom teachers, university staff, school administration, and volunteers to ensure that the arts are an essential part of every school day. Learn More.
Zootown Arts Community Center (the “ZACC”): The Zootown Arts Community Center is a Missoula-based not-for-profit that delivers all ages arts education, fosters sustainable community development, and promotes accessible, life-enriching art experiences for Missoula residents and visitors. Learn More.
Tell Us Something: Tell Us Something awakens imagination, empowers storytellers and connects the community through the transformative power of personal storytelling. It is a celebration of each other, our stories and how we move through the world together. All of the stories at Tell Us Something are true. Stories last for 10 minutes and are told from memory. Everyone is welcome to tell a story. There is a theme for each event. Learn More.
Missoula Symphony Orchestra: The mission of the Missoula Symphony Association is to assure cultural enrichment essential to the quality of life in the Missoula area by providing live symphonic and choral music of the highest quality. The Symphony provides musical growth and development for its performers and the community. Learn More
Montana Wilderness Association: The Montana Wilderness Association works with communities to protect Montana’s wilderness heritage, quiet beauty and outdoor traditions, now and for future generations. Learn More.
Missoula Food Bank: The mission of the Missoula Food Bank is to lead the movement to end hunger in our community through activism, volunteerism and healthy food for all. Learn More.
In an era of the chain restaurant and mega-music promoters, Logjam Presents remains a locally owned and managed, community-oriented business. Our ownership and management team live in Missoula. We eat in our restaurant and attend our events. We employ local staff and invest and donate our profits back into the local economy. These are community assets that continually respond to the demands of our cities.